Meg Shaw, News 5 Cleveland

Meg Shaw

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Meg:

American Lung Association releases report highlighting benefits of shift to electric vehicles

Today the market is exploding with electric vehicles. There are currently more than 50 models available in the U.S and according to a new report from the American Lung Association, if we don't make a larger shift towards electric vehicles the consequences could be dire. → Read More

Salvation Army of Summit County offers new remote learning program for students of working parents

Thousands of students across Summit County are beginning the school year learning remotely after the county health department suggested the learning model earlier this summer to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

Speech-language pathologists work on front lines of COVID-19 to help patients recover

For six months doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals have been working hard on the front lines to help patients who've contracted COVID-19. → Read More

Eye doctors warn remote learning, increased screen time could reveal eye problems in children

Many districts across Northeast Ohio are beginning the school year with their student body learning remotely. They're relying on technology and digital devices to connect to one another. → Read More

Young girls report feeling stressed, depressed due to COVID-19 pandemic

Students across the nation are still adapting to their new learning environment as more schools have opted to begin the year with remote learning. → Read More

GoFundMe fundraiser pulls in thousands for retired Bay Village bus driver

For nearly three decades Ray Biltz was responsible for driving Bay Village school children to and from the classroom safely. In 2010, Biltz retired from the job. → Read More

Shoes and Clothes for Kids seeks donations to help buy school supplies, clothes for kids in need

That's where Shoes and Clothes for Kids, or SC4K, comes in, The 50-year old non-profit aims to provide all children in need with resources they need to succeed in school. → Read More

University Hospitals to participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials in Cleveland

In Cleveland, though, Dr. Claudia Hoyen, the co-director for the infection control at University Hospitals, said she impressed with the work being done. → Read More

Little Tikes producing face shields, special masks for frontline workers

Since the beginning of the pandemic, companies through Ohio have shifted gears to make personal protective equipment for workers on the frontlines. However, the efforts have dwindled as the months pass by. → Read More

Dry cleaning industry hit hard by COVID-19, work-from-home policies

Several industries across the nation have transitioned from traditional office settings to at-home work setups. Some even recently announced plans to allow employees to work remotely through 2021. → Read More

1-year-old child killed, two others shot in triple shooting on 5th Avenue in Akron

A child has died following a shooting in the 1200 block of 5th Avenue in East Akron Sunday, according to a news release from Akron Police. → Read More

Cleveland Clinic Children's pediatrician recommends wearing mask with children before school

A Cleveland Clinic doctor weighs in on mask-wearing for children ahead of the school year. → Read More

Twinsburg residents launch petition to overturn newly passed tax ordinance set to begin in 2021

Some residents in the city of Twinsburg are upset over an ordinance recently passed by city council through an inside millage. Those frustrations have sparked petitions to begin circulating throughout the city. As of July 27, they've generated more than 300 signatures. → Read More

Cleveland Metroparks ravaged by COVID-19 impact, seeks donations for trail improvement

Each year the Cleveland Metroparks welcomes nearly 18 million visitors to their 18 reservations. But, this year's attendance, due to the pandemic, is much higher. → Read More

Summit County Health Commissioner Donna Skoda explains the types of COVID-19 tests available for Ohioans

News 5 sought answers from the Summit County Health Commissioner, Donna Skoda. She explained the two types of COVID-19 tests and their reliability. → Read More

Lab companies backed up with coronavirus tests, causing long delay in returning results

According to Johns Hopkins University and Medicine, since the beginning of July, nearly 20,000 coronavirus tests are being conducted in Ohio every day. → Read More

Former weigh station in Vermilion saved from demolition, turned into hot dog and ice cream stand

On June 22, the weigh station was given new life as the Coal and Ice Station. The food stand serves hot dogs and ice cream and other various items, drawing inspiration from cities all across the country. → Read More

North Ridgeville's football helmet manufacturer, Riddell, playing catch up after shut down

In North Ridgeville, hundreds of employees inside Riddell are working to make sure athletes are protected while on the football field. → Read More

Disabilities Rights Ohio: Cleveland mask mandate protects individuals with disabilities, per ADA

Starting July 8th at 6 p.m., residents in seven Ohio counties, including Cuyahoga, will be required to wear masks. News 5 Cleveland wanted to know if those who cannot safely wear a face covering were protected under the order. → Read More

Mentor Police continues longstanding bike helmet safety program, issues hundreds of tickets

For more than 20 years in Mentor, police have been handing out citations to children. → Read More